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The 14 Russian seamen who died in a glow on one of a navy’s investigate submersibles progressing this week were laid to rest in St. Petersburg on Saturday.
The sailors were killed in a glow on a unnamed submarine in a Barents Sea on Monday. Officials funded sum of a tragedy, citing a pinnacle privacy of a vessel’s mission.
The Defense Ministry pronounced a sailors were killed by poisonous smoke from a fire. Some others survived a glow though a troops hasn’t pronounced how many. Officials didn’t name a nuclear-powered vessel, though Russian media reported that it was Russia’s many tip submersible, a Losharik.
People lay flowers during a graves of a 14 organisation members who died in a glow on a Russian navy’s deep-sea investigate submersible, subsequent to a graves of organisation members of Kursk submarine, right, during a Serafimovskoye commemorative tomb during a wake rite in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, Jul 6, 2019.
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The 14 seamen were buried during a tomb in St. Petersburg, that was cordoned off by a military. Media weren’t authorised to attend a funeral during a internal church or a funeral that was attended by tip troops officials and naval officers.
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A Russian navy officer pays his final honour during a grave of Captain 3rd arrange Vladimir Sukhinichev, one of a 14 organisation members who died
Journalists were means to revisit a tomb after a rite was over. The 14 uninformed graves were dug out subsequent to a resting places of some of a crewmembers of a Kursk submarine, that sank during naval maneuvers in 2000, murdering all 118 seamen onboard in Russia’s misfortune submarine disaster.
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Some of a kin of a 14 seamen stayed on during a tomb plot, putting adult candles or pity a impulse of overpower with friends and family.